07/09 Ryan’s “Mostly Dry” Monday Evening Forecast

It was mostly dry today as there were very few showers, but we still won’t be rid of them completely. I expect tomorrow to be very similar to today, but just a bit warmer.

Rain will remain few and far between, and thunderstorms will be isolated.

These rain chances begin to rise by the middle of the week as the local high pressure weakens. Overall I still expect rain chances to remain on the lower end of the spectrum, no higher than 40% until the end of the week. By Sunday it seems rain chances will increase beyond that as a weak wave stretches across the area.

For the most part, this week will be consistently hot and humid with spotty afternoon showers each day.

Temperatures linger in the low 90s, but will feel much warmer due to humidity. The remnants of Beryl and Tropical Storm Chris will not have a local impact.

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